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' BY HUGH WILSON. ABBEVILLE, 8. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1891. VOLUME XXXV. NO. 44. ?j
t "We are !N~o
Our Men's ?
The Nobbiest thin
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w ts nave
We sell the Ear
Our Stock of Negl
We offer an
It will be to Your
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Just in. Prioes $8, <10, $12, $16. Good and ]
Combination in style. Very pretty. Price
Covered In beautiful Moquettc plushes, at
low prices. 1
3.50, $4 Each
Best Woven Wire Bprlng Beds. Will last a
II 1c time.
16th Century Sideboards
In Walnut and Oak.
10th Centory Book Cases
Walnut anu Oak. Handsome goods.
10 Walnut Suits,
With toilet In Washstand. Prices Irom SS8
to 575. Best goods.
300 Chairs 1
Just to hand. AH styles and prices.
<2, $3. 85 to 810 each, complete with caster
500 Rolls Wall Paper
And Bordering to match. Cheap. ]
The above goods at
Oct. 29, 1890.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fruits. fiandipR. kc..
WK are receiving dally fresh supplies
Canned Goods, all kinds and sizes.
ORANGES, APPLES, COCOANUTS,
A large lot of Candles, Fancy Stick.
Don't forget our line of Tobacco and Cigars
Nuts, Raisins, Tea, Coffee, Bread, Cakes
Crackers. Cider, Soda Water, Christmas >'o
First door befow New Hotel.
Nov. 26, 1890.
Terra Cotta Wells.
THE undersigned Is not disposed to brag on
his new mode of water supply, but It is
proven ucjuuu uic buuuuw ui a uuuut luut
bis wells are the best and more durable than
any other kind. He boasts of not having
lost a simile one In seven years, while twothirds
of his work Is for parties having lost
their dug wells.
C. M. CALHOUN,
Greenwood, S. C.
They are frog proof and superior to one dug,
and are bound to supersede all others.
Joel 8. Bally, Greenwood, R. C.
Greenwood Cotton and Oil Mills.
Cal. Klnard, Ninety-Six, S. C.
Rev. Pressly, Due W est, S. C.
Jones Miller, l bbevllle, 8. C.
T hnvp mink nine-tenths ol Lhe wells in mv
town In seven years.
A LL PERSONS HAVING BUSINESS
with the School Commissioner, will
find him In bin office, all public days and
every Saturday In eaeh month nearest the
middle of the month, during the present year,
for the purpose of registering claims, <*c.
E. COWAN, School Commmlssloner,
Feb. 4,1691 tf.
Suits axe Undoubtedly
rs FROM 13 TO 18 Ti
g this Spring for
of l&fl will
we Cany a Fl
DK of Men's :
O ewA^ A
made our stock of G-E
>1 & Wilson Col
igee Shirts for Su:
>s will find some elegar
Interest to see OUR ?
RICHARD QANTT, is now prepared to do
all work In his department in the best
nannerandat reasonable charges. Monthly
:ustomers shaving, hair cutting and shamxxting
91 per month. Rasors honed ana put
n the best condition for 25 cents each.
DR. J. B. BRITT.
>hysician and druggist, - verdery, s. c
DEALER In Pure Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals.
Paints, Stationery, fine Perfumery
ind Toilet Articles, Fancy Goods, &c.
Prescriptions accurately prepared at all
lours. [Dec. 31,1S90,12m
Does General Banking Business.
Suys and sells Exchange and makeB Collections.
Win. II. Pnrker, J. T. Robertson,
Julius H. DnPre, Cashier.
March 5, 1890?12m
Returns to Probate Court.
ALL Administrators, Executors, Guardians
and Trustees are required to make return
of receipts and expenditures on account
their Heveral estates before the first day of
March next, or be subject to rule and costs.
J. FULLER LYON,
J udge Probate Court.
Jan. 1 1S91.
H. D. Reese,
A.l>l>eville, S. C.,
IS ALWAYS ready to serve the public In
his line of business, and solicits a share
of the work in his line.
He will keep a varied stock of the best and
cheupest spectacles and eye glasses, together
trlfh fillver nlntcrl wnrr> stud Ifiwplrv.
AND WANT LOW RATES
Texas, Missouri,Colorada, Oregon and California,
or any point WEST or NORTHWESTIT
WILL PAY YOU
To write to me.
FRED D. BUSH,
D. P. A., L. & N. R. R
88 Wall St., Atlanta. Oa.
Oct.. 29, 1890-6m
I HAVE for sale a cat load of the finest
KENTUCKY SADDLE AND HARNESS
HORSES that conld be obtained for
the money. Call and make your selection.
A. B. HAMLIN, Agent.
Sept. 23, 1800, tf
Attorney at Law and
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
IN addition to my Law Practice, I have
opened a Real Estate Agency, and will
negotiate purchases and sales on reasonable
terms. I already have a very laree Heal Es- ;
tate business. It will be to the interest of i
both buyers and sellers to give me a c\ll.
Abbeville, 8. C? Feb. 25, 1891.
1 to Show ;
the Handsomest and mi
? are Sure
/SV r?V [
fEARS CAN FIND A !
Children from 4
Embftee all ift
[ILL STOCK oft
juaaies ana vjij
NT'S FURNISHING I
liars and Cuffs i
tnmer "Wear is the I
P TO MMT STI
it Bargains in the Satin
of Groceries, I
BEST ORIGINAL FOREST j
of all kinds on the Due West and Abbeville
road, five miles from Abbeville. Sold and de
iivered In auy quantity.
4S-A11 orders promptly and faithfully
filled. a. N. NICKLES.
Dec. 10,1890. tf.
The Abbeville Land, Loan and
IN ACCORDANCE with Commission of
Secretary of State J. Q,. Marshall directed
to the undersigned Board of Corporators of
the ABBEVILLE LAND, LOAN AND IMPROVEMENT
is hereby given that the books of
subscription of said company will be open at
the office of J. ALLEN SMITH, President, on
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6th _riRt., at the -
Aooevine inuuoijui uuiik. ?
J. ALLEN SMITH, I
W. C. McGOWAN,
P. ROSENBERG. ri
AUG. W. SMITH,
E. A. TEMPLETON, ,1,
R. M. HADDON, rr
T. P. COTHRAN. Hoard
of Corporators. m
Abbevllla, S. C., Feb. 5 1891. w
6. H. MOORE j
HAS opened a Now Fancy and Green Gro- P'
eery Store in Cothran's Rlock. ^
He deals In everything found In a Fanny
Family Grocery Store, where you can pur- q
chase the nicest CANNED GOODS, consist- tj
lug of ij
Canned Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, J
together with FRESH PRUNES, APPLES, 01
<Sio., and other dellcacleB. The substuntials c
BACON, BREAKFAST STRIPS, g
MEAL, IRISH POTATOES,
FLOUR, MOLASSES, HAMS,
V Cigars of the Best Brands, v j
Fresh Fish and Oysters, Pork Sausage and
the choicest Beef a specialty.
Oct. 22, 1890.
INSURANCE AGENCY. ^
Fire, Life and Accident In-jc
surance Represented by :
Aetna Fire Insurance Compj.'
SI. Paul German Fire Insurance Co.,1
taril'f! Fim Insmnci) Comm.)>
Mntial Benefit Life Insnrance Co.l,j
Standard Life& AcGidentlnsorance I
D. S. Mutnal Accident Association. -
It; A IN niaKe 11 10 me inicresi ui piirucN
wanting any kind of Insurance to nee or
write me before placing same.
Business and correspondence solicited.
M. M. Mattison, '
Broker, Donalds, H. 0. I <i
P. S.?I sell short term Accident polices, s
which are very popular, and cost only 25 cents
per day for S-'i,000 Insurance. No one should
take a trip w lthoutone. M. M. M.
Feb. U, 1391. 12m.
3b JVIost Coi
3st Stylish goods in tl
V; >4' ^
rnish. in ar
to 8 Years is a ?
iat 0??M Si? 1
the Famous J.
3-OODS one of the fir
H/JL1V1 UlU WJ.WJ. %
jargest Ever Seer
e, Lawn, Muslin and <
Every one Inv
in mi am,
COIST Gr ARJEE
Coumbia, S. C.
MIIE9K WORKS WERE ESTABLLSAE1) in
L 1S47 by Messrs. Geo. Sinclair and James Ansrsonand
purchased by me in the year 1856, and
oiu that tunc till now carried on successfully by
lyself. My friends and customers will bear witness
ftbclargu nnd stupendous Jobs executed by tue. It
as at my works where the largest and almost only
ib of its class ever executed in tills city was done
the making of tuo pipes for the City Water
forks in the year 1S58.
My stock of patterns for ARCHITECTURAL
fORK, COLUMNS for Store fronts, is large and
uious,andin RAILINGS for Balconies, Gardens,
id Cemeteries I have the largest variety and most
loder patterns; many of these are patented and I
vvepunrchased the right for this State.
In the machine line I enn i'nrnish my patrons wit*
TEAM ENGINES and BOILERS of any size anil
ascription. My CIRCULAR SAW MILLS have
irried oft'lie prizeat ev.-ry State Fair held in this
ty, and in telr construction 1 have takon pains ti.o
inibine si mplicity with the most useful tnodorn iin
rovements.andiiiay Hatter in rsell'that my CIRClf
a if haw Mir.l.K iliifl fuvor villi ftverv sawver wh
ndcrstands his business.
The manv orders I am steadl.y receiving for SU
Alt OANfe MILLS prove thst the public appreciate
lemillsof my make, and ho it Is with my GEARS'U
for 1IOU3K POWERS. GIN WHEELS, OKI ST
1ILLS and other MACHINERY.
I have the manufacturing rights of many PAT;NTS
such as casting for COTTON ANI> HaY
RESSKS, II AW LEY CORN HIKLLEE and three
r four KKKI) CUTTERS and other Implements.
1 will be pleated to send tny circulars to any appli
int, together with price list or estimate. My prices
e moderate, and 1 assure the public that they are
leaper than those of Northern manufacturers,and
lat my work will compare favorably with that of
ny other maker. Address,
Conoaxk-e Iron Wokkb, Columbia, 8. C.
PERRIN & COTHRAN,
Attorneys at Law,
ABBEVILLE. S. C.
1I/E the undersigned Imve formed a eo-DnrtIfV
nerslilp under the linn name and style
f Mubry & Neuller for Hie practice of M EDCINE
and SURGERY in all their branches,
lalis will be promptly attended to. When
lieservicfH of both are required only one!
iharge will he made.
THOMAS J. MARRY, M. D.,
O. A. NEUFFKR, M. I).
April 4th, 18<J0.
MURPHY & STORY,
Jo. 8 Gray's Piazza, AUGUSTA, GA.
\RE PREPARED TO MAKE PLANS and
superintend the building of
:lilTHCIIES. COURT HOUSES,
iCIIOOL HOUSES, JAILS,
J line 4, lS'JO, 12in
knd all Other Building Materials.
nit1 iTvi?irw?r#:vwn vvir.i. ituup
I from thiH dute on a lull supply of Doors,
Hinds, I,line, Shingles, Laths, and all kinds
f building m itcrial. Cull at J. F, .Miller's
B. K. BEACHAM
Feb.9,18!ii. am \ "
ie Market, and will be f
e You in
iy Size or 1
LINE OF CLOTHINX
Jersey Suit, We
ImSmA im ill1
, B. STETSON'S
ES can Aiwa
Lest in the State, embra
ited "Pearl" Sh
i in Abbeville and
PATH"!? n ?'Qt'P A1T!D?
tO"UKU V ID Jtt X>
Oalico Remnants we ar
Tobacco, at t
ited to Inspect Our ST
G. A. DOUGLASS l<j
lias on linnil n full Stock of
Dry Goods, itoots, Shoes, Ulotinng
IIATS. A complete line of Saddles,
fees and Harness,it'rockery, Guns, ristolc,
Cutlery, Barbed Wire, and Hardware of every
description. Lamps, Lamp Chimneys, Jewelry,
Fancy and Domestic Groceries, Provisions,
Just received a lot of Sewing
Machines of the latest and most
improved styles with all attachments
and warranted for five years F
at from $16 to $25, either for Cash
or partial payments.
ALSO A LOT OF
j Horses, Mules and Wagons
CASH or on TIME and on the very best
TERMS. Oct. 15, 1890.
HODGES, S. C. 1
OFFICE at the home of Mr. L. A. DANTZ- 7
LEU. March 4, 1891. 3m
GRAY DOM <* GRAVDON, K. 8. F. GILES, 8
Abbeville, S. C. Greenwood, S. C. u
rmnmmto nniVTiniTo.httpo 1
ItIIAIUUIN ?uniiiiJUii Od aiunio f
\\TE have formed a partnership for the prac .
v* ttoe of law In all Its branches, umlerthe 1
firm name of GRAYDON & GRAYDON & o
Gil,EH. All business entrusted to any of the j,
firm will receive prompt attention.
ELLIS G. GRAYDON, 1
W'M. N. GRAYDON, 1
E. S. F. GILES.
A GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO. VX, octaves
rosewoood case, with plush top stool,
cover, and Instruction book; and freight paid
to nearest depot for ?.'(00. i
Easy terms of payment can be had, ifde- _
. .? f?.1? *
KireU. I'-UUIl IlintlUlUCUi ia nuuaukvu
for live years. d
49* For circulars, terms, and full particulars.
Address, JOHN A. HOLLAND,
Ninety-Six, S. C. Dec. 10,1890. a
Strayed or Lost. )c
A WHITE AND YELLOW SETTER DOO. t;
(.'ailed "Chuck." A liberal reward will j|
I be paid for his return or information leading _
to Ills recovery. S. G. THOMSON. *
Feb. 11,18!)1, tf tt
J. M. STEADMAN. J
McCormick, South Carolina. u
Has PUKE, LIGHT BRAHMA AND u
linrred Plymouth Kock eggs tor sale at a
a low flt'ure for fancy stock. h
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BOUGHT 8
the County right (or the sale and operation
of the J. '(). FALLS A CO. GIN and
LINTEK, GUA1MKit and SHARPENER are
now prepared to either furnish machines or "
to do the work themselves. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Those wishing to inspect the
machine can do so by calling nt the Abbevillc
oil Mill. The patronage of all is solicited.
J'\ IS, KVAPIS,
J. L. PERRIN IJ
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF ABBENILLE. |
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
In the matter of the estate of Joliu Able,
ALL i \ItHONS INDENTED TO SAID
estate must ?ettle without delay, and
those hold Inn claims against. I lie estate must
present them properly attested to
SAMUEL ABLE, p
March 1U, 1S91. 4t J D
r STOCK 0
k. of Spring
3old at most Reasona
A A. v IMta
3- TO SELECT FRO
have some very
f ?ai II8&1
TTATS in TTTTT
ys be Found
cing a most attractive
irts, the best i
Includes all the ]
e now offering so ver;
he Lowest IE
mW SOOTH CAROUHJ.
County of Abbeville.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Pat Calhoun as executor of the last will and
testament of Jas. Edward Calboun, de
ceased, and Put Calboun in his own
right, John C.Calhoun of New York. M.
M. Calhoun and BenJ. P. Calhoun,
LosaJP. Swearlngen, J. E. Swearlngen and E.
B. Calboun, Sallle N. Calhoun, and
Cuddle Calhoun, Saldle Calhoun, Florlde
Calhoun, and Willie Calhouu, children ol
E. B. and Sallle N. Calhoun, Andrew P.
Calhoun, and Calhoun, widow of Jnc
C'. Calhoun of Florida, Defendants,
"o the Defendants, above named:
5foU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED ANE
equlred to answer tbe complaint In till?
.ctlon, of which a copy Is herewith served
,pon you, and to serve a copy of your answei
o tbe said complaint on the subscriber at bit
fflce at Abbeville Court House, South Caro<
Ina, within twenty days after tbe servlct
lereof, exclusive of the day of such service;
ind if you fall to answer the complaint with
n the time aforesaid, the plaintiffs in
his action will apply to the Court for the re>
ief demanded in the complaint.
Dated Othday of February, A. D. 1891.
THOS. L. MOORE,
C. C. C. P.
WM. PATRICK CALHOUN,
fo Andrew P. Calhoun and Calhoun
pidow of Jno. C. Calhoun of Florida, absent
Take Notice?That the summons In this
ictlon, of which the above is a copy, toother
with tbe complalat in this action,
ras filed In the office of tbe Clerk of the
lourl of Common Pleas In and for tbe Couny
of Abbeville, in the State of South CaroIna,
on the 3rd day of February, 1891, A. D.
'he object of this action is to partition acerr\f
Ion/1 /loorti?lho^ In !h? pnmnlftlnt,
nd owned by Rosa P. Swearlngen and tlie
eirsand devisers of James Edward Caiboun,
eceased. Notice Is also, hereby given the
llnor defendant, Andrew P. Calhoun, that
nless he applies to this Court for a guardian
d litem to appear and defend this action for
Im, within twenty days after service hereof,
scluslve of the day of such service, the plainffs
will apply for the appointment of such
nardlan. Wh. PATRICK CALHOUN,
Feb. 18, JS91. tit.
'IMS EXTENDED FOR THE
n A TT*fTl\Tm
*HE time for paying Town Taxes, without
penalty, has been extended to the tirst
ay of April, 1891.
A. W. SMITH, Intendant.
J. F. MILLER, Treas.
Mar. 3,1891. 4t
We exhibit on counter second from front 20
lecea new and pretties sateens goods are
tally worth 1C '2-3 our prloe 12 I S. R. M. Hadon
-v rk+Vi i"n o1
Handsome Ones. J
r ????. h
jT and STIFF.
0 line of ;
J AT1TTTAO "W ^
Id W CCtl.
In the marketji
Desirable Fabrics. p
arket Prices. 1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, I
County of Abbeville.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Sarah F. Buchannan, Plaintiff
Francis A. Buchannan, Jr., O. D. Booh
annan, Ann C. ? Turner, William ,:j|
C. Buchanuan, Bessie B. Verrell* '?3|
Beulah Cobb, Johnnie Townaend, EdgMr
Plnson, Mary F.Johnson, Mattle A. WU? ;-'sB
llams and Francis A. Buchannan, Defendants.
COPY SM MMONS. FOR RELIEF.. ,'V/yS
' To the Defendants, Francis A. Bqchannan r>tgg|
Jr., Q. D. Buchannan, Ann C. Tomer
' William u. tiucnannan, Bessie u. verreu .
Beulah Cobb, Johnnie Townsend, Ed car ^
Plnson, Mary F.Johnson, Mattle A. Wll
llanos and Francis A. Buchannan. , .<|S
You ARE HEREBY SUMMONED AND >vj
required to answer the oomplalnt In thli
action, of which a copy Is herewith (erred
upon you, and to serve a copy of your answer
to the said complaint on the snbacrlbers
at their office at Abbeville Court ^
House, South Carolina within twenty |3
, days after the service, hereof, exclusive of ^
, the day of such service ; and if you fall to
I answer the complaint within the time ';Jj
aforesaid, the plalntilf in this aotlon will ;*1
, apply to the Court for the relief demanded \'j
in the complaint.
i Dated Feb. .7th, A. D. 1891 . >.*> >1jtM
THUS. L. MOORE, [L. 8.]
C. C. C. P.^^S
, J. FULLER LYON and j
DeBRUHL & BRADLEY,
Plaintiffs Attorneys. J
To Francis A. Buchannan, Jr., William 0. . I
Buchannan, Johnnie Townsend, Edgar , rg
Plnson, Mary F. Johnson and Mattle A. >j
William?, aoeent defendants: \
Take Notice?That a copy of the complaint J
in the above stated case, has this day been 1
fl led in the office of the Clerk of Court of i
Common Pleas for said county. |
t ctti t 1?n t.vflw and .^ssi
Ui A V UAJU&V UAVil HU\?
DeBRUHL & BRADLEY,
February 20th, 1891. 6t
Partnership Notices. 1
THE firm of WENCK <% OSBORNE was tbll > %
day dlsolvetl by mutual consent. All per*
sons Indebted to tbe firm must come forward
and pay up.
The books belonging to the firm are in th?
hands ol Dr. Geo. F. E. Wenck, who will r??
WENCK & OSBORNE,
GEO. F. E. WENCK, M. D.
E. M. OSBORNE.
Gko. k. k. wemuk, m. d. ana j.s. wwon
have this day entered Into a copartnership
for the practice of medicine and sale of
drugs in the town of NINETY-SIX, S. C., under
the firm name of
WENCK & WILSON.
Hoping to receive &share of the patronage
of our friends and the pttblie*f$??raDyv -'
We are, respectfully,
GEO. F. E. WENCK, M. D..
J. S. WILSON.
March 4, 1891. 4t
In the Stud.
tapi>' si rr pvpr.Avn H?i>ktAnxi in
u A. K. C. Stud Bock. Descendants of
Gladstone, Lady Beaconsfleld, Pride of the
Border, McDouald's Hanger, 4c.
O. L. CONNOR, M. D.
"The Dixie Flow" Is the "Farmers Friend.'
We have control of the latest Haehet tm
| provements, Smltn i Sons,